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by Luzzana Caraci

  • ISBN: 2503521924
  • Author: Luzzana Caraci
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 458
  • Publisher: Brepols (distributed) (December 31, 2004)
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  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: World
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Book Condition: Extremely good condition. Slight wear on the back cover and there appears to have been a sticker that left a tiny amount of residue in the shape of a square. Series: Repertorium Columbianum (Book 13). Hardcover: 458 pages.

Book Condition: Extremely good condition. The pages are all in like new condition. Sold by Baggett Booksellers. Condition: Used: Good. Publisher: Brepols (distributed) (December 31, 2004). ISBN-13: 978-2503521923. Product Dimensions: . x . x 10 inches.

The Histories of the Life and Deeds of the Admiral Christopher Columbus, attributed to his son Fernando Colon (1488-1539), is one of the most important first-hand sources for Columbus's voyages, and for the intellectual and political context in which they occurred. Originally written in Spanish, it was published in Venice in 1571 in an Italian translation by Alfonso de Ulloa.

Columbian enterprise, and forms a fitting conclusion to the Repertorium Columbianum.

The Histories of the Life and Deeds of the Admiral Christopher Columbus, attributed to his son Fernando Colón (1488-1539), is one of the most important first-hand sources for Columbus's voyages, and for the intellectual and political context in which they occurred.

Historie Concerning the Life and Deeds of the Admiral Don Christopher Columbus, Part 2 by Ferdinand Columbus . Ferdinand Columbus; Paolo Emilio Taviani, Ilaria Luzzana Caraci, ed. Published by Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca Dello Stato, Roma (2002).

Ferdinand Columbus; Paolo Emilio Taviani, Ilaria Luzzana Caraci, ed.

Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Historie concerning the life and deeds .

Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Historie concerning the life and deeds of the Admiral Don Christopher Columbus" by Fernando C. Colon et a. oceedings{Colon1998HistorieCT, title {Historie concerning the life and deeds of the Admiral Don Christopher Columbus}, author {Fernando C. Colon and Paolo Emilio Taviani and Ilaria Caraci Luzzana and Luciano F. Farina}, year {1998} }.

The History of the Life and Deeds of Admiral Don Christopher Columbus, Attributed to His Son Ferdinando Colón. Repertorium Columbianum No. 13. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. Concepcion, R. et al. 2005. Multifunctionality of the Ifugao Rice Terraces in the Philippines. Multifungsi dan Revitalisasi Pertanian. Jakarta: ISRI, 51–78.

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Origin theories of Christopher Columbus. The exact ethnic or national origin of Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) has been a source of speculation since the 19th century

Origin theories of Christopher Columbus. The exact ethnic or national origin of Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) has been a source of speculation since the 19th century. The general consensus among historians is that Columbus' family was from the coastal region of Liguria, that he spent his boyhood and early youth in the Republic of Genoa, in Genoa, in Vico Diritto, and that he subsequently lived in Savona, where his father Domenico moved in 1470.

The Histories of the Life and Deeds of the Admiral Christopher Columbus, attributed to his son Fernando Colon (1488-1539), is one of the most important first-hand sources for Columbus's voyages, and for the intellectual and political context in which they occurred. Originally written in Spanish, it was published in Venice in 1571 in an Italian translation by Alfonso de Ulloa. Drawing on different sources from those used by Las Casas and Oviedo in their contemporary narratives, it provides a comprehensive view of the entire Columbian enterprise, and forms a fitting conclusion to the Repertorium Columbianum.

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